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Video of Week 1 of the 2018 STEM Summer

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Links - STEM

  • Affordable Colleges in New Jersey

    A ranking of the top affordable colleges and universities in New Jersey.
    A Washington DC based team has analysed over 10 million data points related to the 5,000+ colleges and universities in the US, to find the ones that offer both financial accessibility (the lowest costs for low and middle income students, as well as flexibility in learning & credit), and positive outcomes. Of course outcomes are subjective, and can be hard to quantify. We focused on graduation/transfer rates and loan default rates, with the idea that completing one's studies, and being able to pay back one's loans, together form a reasonable baseline for a worthwhile college experience.
    In this link you will find a list of colleges and universities  with degrees in S.T.E.M. fields in New Jersey.   
  • Online Engineering Programs

    A good opportunity for people who love figuring out how things work and would prefer online classes.
    Accredited online engineering degrees are available in a variety of disciplines, including biomedical, civil, computer, electrical and mechanical engineering. They are also available at all levels, from certificate through doctoral. Non-engineers can use distance-learning engineering programs to prepare for the field in a more flexible school environment. Current engineers can use these online programs to further their training while continuing to work.
  • Computer Science for Women 

    A guide about the opportunities for women in the field of computer science.  This is a self-funded and non-commercial organization that provides students and lifelong learners with educational, career and developmental information related to the world of computer science. 

  • Computer Science for Minorities

    Opportunities abound for African-American and Hispanic Students in Computer Science, a field eager to diversify. This guide will help minority students understand why they should consider Computer Science, how they can explore and prepare before college, what to look for in a degree program, and how to afford a degree.

  • Online Courses "The Top Online College Courses & Classes"

    The project is a free and comprehensive resource that is a collection of open college courses that spans videos, audio lectures, and notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton and MIT. We offer highly relevant courses such as iPhone Application Development from Stanford and Cyber Humor from Oxford.
    A wonderful resource for those looking to explore additional educational topics and to see what college level course has to offer.
  • Texas Instruments Student Zone

    Texas Instruments offers STEM career resources for students to explore, STEM degrees, careers, courses, and projects.
  • Career Cornerstone

    The Sloan Career Cornerstone website provides some career information, profiles, video clips and advice on educational pathways to specific STEM Careers.
  • CSI: Web Adventures

    Allows students to solve a CSI case at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels, using knowledge of forensic science. Contains an educator's guide and a family guide, as well as links to online activities (e.g. handwriting analysis, detective abilities). Has a section on cool science careers.
  • Discover Engineering

    Discover Engineering is a multimedia website that uses video activities to show what engineering careers, trends in the industry and other related information.
  • Discovery Education

    This site has all types of resources for science, math, English, and social studies. They are divided into K-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Lesson plans include the objective, materials, procedure, evaluation methods, vocabulary and national standards. In addition to lesson plans, the site also has interactive games, puzzles, activities, contests, STEM career information, and virtual labs.
  • Engineer Girl

    For middle school girls. Engineer Girl has profiles of women in engineering, what classes should be taken in high school and discusses engineering careers for women, how to pursue an engineering career and much, much more!
  • Engineer Your Life

    A guide to engineering for high school girls. Dream jobs and inspiring women. There are sections for parents and counselors. This site includes sections on why engineering, making it happen, photos and text about women engineers, YouTube videos and blogs, plus sections for teachers and counselors.
  • Engineering Degree

    This website give information on various aspects of the engineering profession. What is involved within each specialty, salaries, environment, skills needed, courses of study, etc.
  • Engineering, Go for it! eGF!

    Engineering, Go for it! Has many interactive, a digital magazine, flash cards, kid's books, tools for teachers, lesson plans by grade level and career path and scholarship information. Engineering and math activities for all grade levels. Find out how to become an engineer, college information and spotlights of people working in the field.
  • Gotta Have IT (National Center for Women & Information Technology)

    NCWIT has multiple outreach campaigns and career information including Gotta Have IT is an all-in-one computing resource kit designed with educators' needs in mind. A select set of high-quality posters, computing and IT careers information, digital media and more, the resource kit builds awareness and inspires interest in computing. Gotta Have IT is for all students, but is especially inclusive for girls.
  • I-SEEK Careers: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

    List of occupations profiles including overviews, skills needed, salary, education requirements and videos showing different STEM careers.
  • Internet Science and Technology Fair

    An online investigation in science, engineering, and other technical fields for students to become more interested in science careers and to understand the innovation process.
  • U.S. Dep. of Health & Human Services

    An interactive career exploration web site for middle and high school students sponsored by the National Institutes of Health with information on more than 100 medical science and health careers by title, education required, interest area, or median salary. Alternatively, the "Career Finder" can be used to generate a customized list of careers especially suited for users' skills and interests.
  • SciGirls

    Interactive website to transform the way tween girls look at science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Combination of actual girls exploring real-world science and math alongside successful female mentors in the field- plus an online destination where viewers can share their own exciting ideas and projects. There is access to full and partial SciGirls episodes and accompanying activities. Videos are also available in Spanish. 
  • The Fun Works

    This project is a compilation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) career development information for middle school and early high school youth. The goal is to create a comprehensive career development resource that is inviting and engaging the diverse populations of middle and early high school students, that builds on their diverse interests, and draws them into a range of career exploration options and resources.
  • Women Tech World

    Information about various technical careers and FAQs for females interested in pursuing STEM careers.